Maps apps

Is this the future of bricks and mortar mall shopping?

Retail is a rather sad state of affairs these days, isn't it? The stores seem to be getting bigger and the staff levels seem to be getting smaller. In some of the bigger department stores now it's hard to find a counter to pay at, let alone finding someone to show you where a specific item is on the shelves. I'm sure this suits the owners of the store because they can cut their staffing costs, but it can be a time consuming nightmare for consumers. So maybe it's time for a slightly different approach.  More

Cartogram Feb 18th 2016

Discover museums, culture, historic places and the weird and wonderful wherever you visit

If i asked you which was the more popular entertainment for American families between major league sporting events, theme parks and museums, my guess is that you wouldn't pick museums. They have long been considered to be a bit old hat and stodgy and full of nothing but ancient relics. Surely no kid would want to see that, would they? Well, according to a 2011 study, there are over 850 million visits to museums each year. That's just about the same amount as the other two put together. Museums are actually very popular, it seems.  More

Mused Dec 4th 2015

A convenient and fun way of geolocating your travel photos and discovering new places

When modern smartphones and GPS capable cameras introduced their geolocation capabilities a while back, an opportunity was created for some enterprising entrepreneur to take full advantage of it. One in particular realized that it was all very well to display one's photographs but it wasn't quite so easy to remember where and when they were taken. The developers realized that when you take a photo using the new technology, your device logs the coordinates where the photo was taken. So, utilizing that information, they created UrbanBird to log your photo details automatically with dates, ...  More

UrbanBird.io Mar 17th 2014

Time to put yourself on the map

We like uniqueness here at the FeedMyApp offices. We like apps that we've never seen evidence of before and we like clever and enterprising ideas. Maplace is a social advertising app that manages to hit all those criteria. It helps you promote yourself or your business, share ideas with local customers or people anywhere else in the world and locates your photo on a grid map so that everyone will always know where to find you. You've heard about 'putting yourself on the map?' Well, here's an app that does that for you - literally!   Maplace.co is the first-ever social application ...  More

Maplace.co Mar 13th 2014

Keep your device screen active and viewable all the time

While we enjoy the benefits of our device's default energy saving capabilities there are times when it's actually kind of aggravating. Probably the most annoying is when using the GPS system or reading a map. The last thing that you need is for your device to dim out or go into sleep mode when you need it in a hurry. It can be downright dangerous, if it comes to that. Stay Alive! is a free, simple and effective mobile and tablet application that is guaranteed to keep your device's screen active when you need it and off when you don't.   Stay Alive! keeps your device's screen up, ...  More

Stay Alive! Keep screen awake Oct 9th 2013

There's a new restaurant guide in town...and it's name is Gvidi

When Gvidi was released in Europe last year, this intelligent restaurant guide application for iOS garnered much critical acclaim and was nominated and even won some rather prestigious awards. Now that it has expanded to the US, this highly personalized guide for both iOS and Android, is set to be a major player in the food and drink and restaurant recommendation section of your app store. Gvidi uses advanced algorithm technology to find you a great place to eat by matching your favorite food criteria with the eating places around you. It strips away all the erroneous noise of the Internet ...  More

Gvidi Aug 19th 2013

Personalize your city guides with Tripomatic

Tripomatic have earned themselves a name over the last few years as one of the better travel organizations. They have always aimed at providing and excellent travel information that helps you create and plan a trip fast. They have been described in the past, as being like a cross between Google Maps, Lonely Planet and Wikipedia. Now they have branches out and are using their travel knowledge to release Tripomatic City Guides and Maps where you can easily create your very own travel guide for over 300 major destinations around the world.   Tripomatic City Guides and Maps lets you ...  More

Tripomatic City Guides & Maps Apr 20th 2013

Search globally and locally for the best entertainment

Gablit is a new entertainment and recommendation, social search engine, born out of London a few years back, when three entrepreneurial types realized one night when they had lost their mobile phone, that trying to find the best entertainment available was turning into a full time job. They decided to develop this classy, informative, localized entertainment guide that encourages entertainers to promote their event and  gives the audience a place to find out everything that is going on around them or wherever they are planning on visiting.   Gablit solves a problem that people ...  More

Gablit Mar 25th 2013

Create a real 3D city on your iPad

Fancy yourself as the next Frank Lloyd Wright or Frank Gehry? Cutetown won't quite give you the same freedom of expression as some of the buildings created by either of those great two architects but it does provide a hell of a lot of fun. The app is a beautiful 3D map editor that allows you to transform GPS maps into highly detailed three-dimensional maps of real places on iPad. Its a bit like using a digital version of Lego, I guess. At the moment, as the app is in its early stages, there are only a few places to build your 3D creations but the team are working on the world city by city. ...  More

Cutetown Jan 31st 2013

Find the coolest places around with real travel stories

The last third of Cameron Crowe's much maligned minor classic movie "Elizabethtown" features a lengthy road trip for Orlando Bloom's character Drew. It's a fabulous and classic road trip that he undertakes and one that has inspired many to take that same trip. The travel story is mapped out beautifully by his new friend Claire and takes him from from Louisville Kentucky down to New Orleans via all sorts of fascinating places on the way. Gazettr is a new travel application that draws on the same passion and enthusiasm that Claire's road trip gave to Drew. It's a place to discover all the ...  More

Gazettr Jan 17th 2013

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